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6 Reasons to Read Translated Literature

[Call for Entries: The Popular Fiction Awards] How often do you expand your literary horizons to books published in other cultures and countries? There’s a wealth of knowlegde out there that is informed by international cultural perspecti...

YouTube Playlists: Why You Need Them and How to Make Them

YouTube can be one of our best tools to use in the classroom once we figure out how to harness its power. One of the simplest ways to tap into the power of YouTube is to organize content by placing videos onto playlists. Playlists can ...

Interested in blogging about your life as a student?

November 6, 2017, by Paula Akpan Interested in blogging about your life as a student? Are you keen to share your experience, boost your CV and earn money by blogging for your University? Get paid £7.20 (plus holiday pay) an hour to write a...

On Your Mark…!

National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, kicks off tomorrow. The official NaNoWriMo website lists 36 participants from the Redding area. Are you one of them? Check in with us here! We would love to cheer you on! I have my notebooks ready...

Member Monday: Pilgrimage of Poetry

Today’s Member Monday sees pieces sent in from participants of Anna Elkins’ ‘Pilgrimage of Poetry’ workshop. If you recall, participants walked around outside of the meeting at All Saints Episcopal Church until they ...

My NaNoWriMo Master Plan

Yes, I do have a plan for attacking the massive project that is NaNoWriMo. First, it is important to understand that the point of NaNoWriMo is to get 50,000 words on paper. The goal is not to create 50,000 publishable words. The goal is to ...

Ambushed by NaNoWriMo

It was supposed to be an easy project. I was going to write a piece on NaNoWriMo for Writers Forum. Then for the next day, I was going to post a link to a podcast or YouTube video on NaNoWrimo. I was going to look around to see if there wer...

An Interview With Grant Faulkner, Executive Director of NaNoWriMo

Hopefully,  yesterday’s post piqued your interest in writing your novel during NaNoWriMo.  Hopefully, we can coax you a little further along in your writing project today. Gabriela Pereira of DIY MFA interviewed Executive Director o...

Bargain Guide for Students: 19 Sites That Offer Sweet Deals

Discount Clubs Many local businesses offer special discounts just to students at neighborhood colleges, so make sure to carry your student ID at all times. A lot of national and online discount clubs and cards are only available to students...

13 Free Online Resources for Art Lovers

Alessandro Botticelli, ‘Primavera,’ 1482 Online Courseware These websites offer a variety of educational tools to help you begin your art historical studies, including video, podcasts, annotated essays, syllabi and other free co...

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